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Wednesday, August 15, 2001
Verbatim to manufacture AT&T branded CD-R/CD-RW products

"...Verbatim announced today it has entered into a licensing agreement with AT&T. Under the terms of the agreement, Verbatim will produce and market a complete line of AT&T-branded CD-Recordable and CD-ReWritable media. Retailers throughout the U.S. will offer AT&T-branded optical media in Fall 2001. The new AT&T branded CD media will include 24x CD-R, 4x CD-RW and 10x CD-RW discs. Manufactured to the highest standards for performance, compatibility and reliability, the new product line provides cost-effective solutions for storing, retrieving, sharing and distributing data, image and AV files.

With the ability to support recording speeds ranging from 4x to 10x, the AT&T branded High Speed CD-RW discs are ideal for fast storage and retrieval of rewritable information. The AT&T branded 24x CD-R discs deliver the ultimate in stable, error-free high-speed recording up to 24x. At 24x, the time required to burn an entire CD is reduced to about three minutes. Data stored on the new AT&T branded media can be read on conventional CD-R/RW drives as well as MultiRead-compatible CD-ROM, DVD-ROM and rewritable DVD drives.

Featuring new packaging that provides instant recognition of AT&T-branded products, the optical media is fully tested by Verbatim to ensure consistent product performance, reliability and broad compatibility with the leading CD drives. The quality of the media is also tested by AT&T's Quality Assurance Group..."

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